March 14, 2019: SRC’s Executive Director directing another tour for 13 members of the Apopka Faith Community.
March 5, 2019: Mayor Jerry Demings of Orange County visited the SRC for the first time this year! He is committed in helping the most vulnerable residents, Orange County’s homeless population. First picture from L-R: Carol Burkett (Mayor’s Office, Sheila Sablain and Carmenza Gonzalez (SRC), Mayor Jerry Demings, Dawn Haynes and Michael Hart SRC Board Members. Second Picture: Mayor Demings Shaking hands with one of SRC’s clients during his first visit to the SRC. Last picture: Mayor Demings talking to an SRC volunteer at the Jordan River about the process for our clients to get a shower and have laundry done.
February 19, 2019: Vicmael Arroyo, AdventHealth’s Faith Community Coordinator visited the SRC.
February 4, 2019: AdventHealth Community Partnerships Team visited the SRC to have a tour and learn more about the services we provide to the homeless population in our community.
January 31, 2019: Commissioner Gomez-Cordero (left) and guest visited the SRC again. Present John Webb, SRC Board Member and Bill “Roto” Reuter, SRC Chairman of the Board.
January 26, 2019: The Samaritan Resource Center, Inc. (SRC) is very thankful to Lowe’s of Oviedo for the special discount given to purchase materials to build the “Homeless Greenhouse Project” led by Ed Jezisek, Board Member of the SRC. Thank you, Ed and team of volunteers, including homeless volunteers, for time and hours during a cool morning!
January 16, 2019: The Orlando Combined Professionals Association Group (CPAG) members, WID-CFL along with Martin H. Harris Chapter Air Force Association presented to the Samaritan Resource Center (SRC) with proceeds form the 2019 Defense Forum Breakfast. (Pictured L-R: John Webb (SRC Board Director) Karen Fray (WID-CFL), Bill “Roto” Reuter (SRC Chairman) and Todd Freece (AFA)).
January 3, 2019: A happy day at the SRC! We received five boxes of socks donated by BOMBAS! These socks are being given to our homeless through the year allowing them to walk comfortably. Thank you Bombas!